Halloween Fun!


The Halloween season is upon us and there is so much to do to keep busy throughout the month. Whether you’re looking for places to trick-or-treat or looking for a pumpkin patch to visit to create new family memories, I have you covered.

Possum Kingdom Halloween Events

Mitchell Resort Halloween Happening

October 25 - 27

Mitchell’s Resort is twice as nice by offering two weekends of fun. During the second weekend of October 25 – 27, guests will enjoy pumpkin carving, costume contest, trick-or-treating, a DJ and more.

Lush Resort

November 2nd

Taking place the weekend after Halloween, Lush Resort is holding a Dia de Los Muertos Halloween party from 6 PM – 11 PM. There will be costume contest with prizes, a DJ, kids trick-or-treating and more! 

Fort Worth Area Pumpkin Patches


First Christian Church
910 S. Collins Arlington, TX

St. John the Apostle UMC
5450 Mansfield Road Arlington, TX


Lost Oak Winery
8101 CR 802 Burleson, TX


Mainstay Farm
1004 West Bethesda Cleburne, TX

Flower Mound

Flower Mound Pumpkin Patch
5100 Cross Timbers Rd, Flower Mound

Fort Worth

Bix Tex Stone Annual Pumpkin Patch
5820 Old Hemphill Rd Fort Worth, TX

There are lots of pumpkin patches taking place throughout the DFW area. If you’d like to view a full list of DFW’s pumpkin patches, click here

Halloween Safety Tips

Although many have now turned to the carnivals and trunk-or-treat events, there are still kids who enjoy the thrill of going door-to-door for trick-or-treating. If you’re planning an evening out with your family on October 31, here are a few safety tips to remember.

·         Make sure your child’s costume has some type of reflective lighting on it and it doesn’t drag the ground.

·         If a mask blocks too much of your child’s eyesight, consider non-toxic make-up instead. Be sure to test make-up ahead of time to ensure your child doesn’t have any type of reaction.

·         When shopping for costumes, wigs and accessories take a moment to read the labels to ensure they are flame resistant.

·         Some costumes come with a sword, cane or some type of stick. Have your child practice walking with the stick and make sure they don’t run with it. A child could easily hurt themselves if they stumble or trip.

·         If you plan to stay home and greet trick-or-treaters, make sure your yard and porch is clear of items that a child could tip on such as garden hoses, toys, bikes or lawn decorations.

·         Make sure your front porch light is working and turned on.

·         Keep your pets inside or crated to help reduce their stress.